So fundamental to our faith and our relationship with God, prayer can be both public and private, communal and individual. Many learn to pray by listening to others, but how many turn to the Bible to understand what it is we do when we pray? These insights reveal the remarkable real meaning of prayer, its power and its purpose.
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